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The Abu Dhabi half day city tour is a whirlwind experience that will take you to the highlights of UAE’s wonderful capital. Admire a mesmerizing blend of Islamic architecture styles in the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. You will also get to notice some of the superlatives like the world’s largest carpet and the biggest chandelier. Made mostly out of natural elements, the mosque and its picturesque courtyards make perfect subjects for photos. Take a trip back in history by visiting the Abu Dhabi heritage village. Resembling the likes of an ancient reconstructed fort, guests can view the falaj irrigation system, diorama showing  aspects of traditional daily life, a goats hair tent and many more in the open museum. For a better insight into UAE’s culture and history, take a look at the workshops that demonstrate traditional skills like pottery, metalwork, etc.

Now for the exciting part, shopping! Stop at the Abu Dhabi dates market where you can find a variety of local and international dates. Stroll through the stalls of neatly arranged dates and taste them before purchasing any. Continue to the gold souk where you can browse through the mind boggling variety of designed jewellery or even stop and purchase one as a memento of your trip to Abu Dhabi.


  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Entrance to all attractions

Not Included

  • Gratuities
4 hours
3+ Age
  • Destination

  • Departure

    Abu Dhabi
  • Departure Time

    9.00 am or 4.00 pm (only on fridays)
  • Return Time

    Approx 1.00 pm or 8.00 pm (only on fridays)
  • Dress Code


Pick up

You will be picked up from your hotel in Abu Dhabi at roughly 9 in the morning (Saturday to Thursday) or 4 in the evening on Fridays and driven to the first stop of your Abu Dhabi half day city tour.

During the city tour

Your first stop will be at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. Next, you will visit the Abu Dhabi Heritage Village. For some shopping stop at the Dates Market and the Gold Souk.

Drop Off

You will be dropped back at your Abu Dhabi hotel by 1 in the afternoon (Saturday to Thursday) or 8 in the evening on Fridays.